2008/12/28 Felipe Sanches wrote:
Now users can design a font within inkscape, save it and then open
SVG file in Fontforge in order to export a truetype font (or other
system font formarts fontforge supports).
This improves previous workflow of font design using Inkscape which
involved creating one SVG for each glyph. Now user only needs to
create a single SVG file containing an SVGFont.
Glyph kerning settings for the font can also be defined withing
Inkscape itself with live preview. The kerning management still needs
some improvements but is currently functional at least.
I have two crashes for you already :)
1. Try to get curves from selection for a non-existing glyph:
2. Create two new glyphs, define unicode values, try to create a
kerning pair - fail!